Every year, the sun provides us with many times the energy of all known fossil fuel reserves. This radiant energy is available all the time, and what‘s more, it‘s free. To meet the world‘s growing energy demand while at the same time protecting the environment we need to tap into this huge potential.
Solar energy systems for hot water production and supplementary heating make a significant contribution to this. Not only do they allow independence from fluctuating fossil fuel prices and heating periods but they also considerably reduce the running costs.
It is possible to compensate for weather-related fluctuations in the amount of energy harvested from the sun's radiation with instantaneous water heaters installed at a peripheral locations in the supply system. That allows solar-thermal systems to offer maximum comfort for a minimum amount of energy.